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Dec 13, 2011 9:00am EST
with the future of iraq after the american presence is gone. one troubles issue is current unrest in syria. he wants him to step down but they predict civil war if that happens. joining us now is the director of critical threats project at american enterprise institute and expert on defense, military and iraq. fred welcome to the show. how did the meeting go yesterday with the iraqi prime minister and president barack obama. >> sounds like it went as we might have expected a general whitewash of the various problems that are confronting iraq, some pretty broad unsubstantiated statements and how well things are going there. >> okay what would you like to see as someone who studied this part of the country and military. >> well, what i would like to see put in place has to be based on recognition there is serious problems including in the way the government has been managing its internal affairs and sectarianism threatening to unravel political stability in iraq. we need to support iraq militarily it is not able to defriend itself on the other hand we -- defend itself on the other hand we take t
Dec 30, 2011 9:00am EST
into summer and fall with deadly protests persisting in syria and yemen. march 11th a massive earthquake shook japan. the magnitude 8.9 quake unleashed a devastating tsunami and triggered a meltdown at this power plant. a stormy spring in the u.s., meteorologists said there were more than 750 tornados in april alone, hundreds of people were killed. but the hardest hit city was joplin, missouri, a powerful ef5 tornado left 157 people dead, making the joplin twitter the deadliest in decades. a new era of british royalty began when prince william and his blushing bride kate swapped vows. may 1st, a dramatic late night announcement from the commander in chief, a team led by navy seals swooped into this compound in pakistan where they said they found osama bin laden, the seals reportedly shot him in the face and defense officials say the world's most wanted man was later buried at sea. uncle sam maxed out his credit cards. lawmakers spent much of the summer fighting before ultimately increasing the government's ability to borrow more money. who is in and who is out? >> i'm running for president of
Dec 14, 2011 7:00am EST
in the middle east, occupy movement here in the united states continue to force action in russia and syria. >>> time now, 8:10 a.m. on wednesday morning american troops will be out of iraq by the end of the year. so what will it be like in iraq in 2012. >>> a familiar face here at fox. former baghdad correspondent will join us in studio, molly willings is just back from 8 months and will talk about her experience and look ahead to the future of that country  at bank k of america, we're lending and investing in communities across the country, from helping to revitalize a neighborhood in brooklyn to financing industries that are creating jobs in boston or providing funding for the expansion of a local business serving a diverse seattle community and supporting training programs for tomorrow's workforce in los angeles. because the more we can do in local neighborhoods and communities, the more we can help make opportunity possible. >>> 40 degrees on wednesday morning let's look at stories making headlines, investigation under way why a man in belgium threw grow fades into a group of holi
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